YOSS Celebrates 57 Years Of Torah Education

On Sunday evening at the White Shul, Yeshiva of South Shore honored Dr. Ranan and Mrs. Helen Wolff as Parents of the Year; Rabbi Elchonon (Rebbe Elie) and Mrs....

Yeshiva Har Torah Alumni Return To Give Back

As part of Yeshiva Har Torah’s 25th anniversary celebration, alumni have been returning to share their professions with the current students. On Tuesday, February 25, Dr. Avi Lermer (’98)...

Trailblazing Conferences: Torah And Taharah

On a recent whirlwind tour to the United States, wrapping up the weeks of Shovavim, Rav Yitzchak Melber, founding director of Toras HaMishpacha, was fueled by a holy mission....

A Sefer Torah To Help The Iron Dome Succeed

In a most joyous ceremony, Mr. Harvey Schwartz dedicated a sefer Torah to the Iron Dome unit presently located in Haifa on behalf of the Leo V. Berger Fund...

Learning Doesn’t Stop For Vacation At Har Torah

Over the winter vacation, the students (and parents) at Yeshiva Har Torah had the opportunity to continue learning through an exciting video lesson project. With both Tu B’Shevat and...

Torah Vodaath: America’s Fountainhead Of Torah

Machberes: Inside The Chassidish And Yeshivish World By Rabbi Gershon Tannenbaum On this past Motzaei Shabbos, January 11, the annual melaveh malkah of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath (YTV) was celebrated at...

Women of Wall service quiet, but without Torah scroll

JERUSALEM (JTA) – About 200 Women of the Wall held their monthly morning service at the Western Wall, but were refused permission to bring their own Torah scroll to...

Tenn. security guard gets 4 years in prison for defacing Torah scroll

(JTA) – A former hotel security guard was sentenced to four years in prison for defacing a Memphis Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books. Justin Shawn Baker, 25, was...

Damaged Torahs found in Iraq buried in N.Y.

(JTA) – Damaged Torah scrolls found by U.S. troops in Iraq’s intelligence headquarters were buried in a cemetery in New York. The burial, the method under Jewish law of disposing...

Tenn. security guard pleads guilty to defacing Torah scroll

(JTA) – A former hotel security guard pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge for defacing a Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books. Justin Shawn Baker, 25, admitted...

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